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the case. that's next tonight at 11:00. >>> a soldier in afghanistan is able to see the birth of his son, thanks to the internet. james jasinowski is on the other side of the world. but he watched live, via skype, as his second child was born in cleveland. the hospital's nursing coordinator helped coordinate this. james says he can't wait to hold him when he returns home in january. >>> a new challenge for a chimpanzee in thailand. the 2-year-old chimp named dodeo, unfortunate name, has been trained to feed tiger cubs out of a bottle. trainers say they worked with the chimp until he picked up the habit. it's worked out so well so far. but soon the tig cub -- tiger cubs will outgrow dodeo and move to an area more their side. >> he looked like he was taking some of that milk for himself, too, in between. >> baby animals are always cute. >> thanks for joining us. watch wjz tonight at 11:00. have a great night. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
of whom asked the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, as he traveled through afghanistan, whether they will still get paid if the u.s. coffers run dry. he told them, "i honestly can't answer that." how can you even allow these soldiers to wonder whether they're going to get paid? >> i think senator mcconnell and i are both cefd that we're going to be able to come to some agreement with the white house and end this impasse. >> reporter: but, again, democratic leaders dispute that, and in fact, when house minority leader nancy pelosi was returning from the white house this evening, we asked her what she thought of mcconnell's aserks that they were close to a deal, and she said to us, "i don't even know what you're talking about. " russ. >> mitchell: let's talk about the tea party. where are the tea party members in all of this. >> reporter: most likely,erous, they're not going to be happy with whatever gets agreed tot last minute by the white house and democratic and republican leaders. that's because they're going to be looking to bring forward a coalition of moderates from both pa
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